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the economy is that investment, and the fact it's declining? wow, that's really a bad sign. neil: scott, a better future indicator? what so many ceos are saying i'm preparing for the worst just in case. suspect that a more telling future? >> yeah, look at consumer spending numbers. the positive note is it increased, but guess what? it's down from the first quarter and down from last year so you're right, the businesses look at the dollars from the wallets saying, hey, they are not flying out of there. if you look the the investment numbers, convicting to gdp last year and the year prior, which, by the way, gdp, 1.7%, below the trend this year, 3% in 2010. the economy's deaccelerating. neil: adam, do you think of that? >> well, things could be better. fact of the matter is the economy is growing. it's not growing as much as we'd like it to grow, but it is growing. >> not as fast as before. >> the housing sector's recovering, key, it should recover. it's been down for so long, and the financial system is sound, you know, balance sheets generally good, so we can focus on the negative, or,
on the president and how he's doing on the economy. 45 percent are approving of the job is doing. 52 percent are not. i should say that approval rating has edged up. this could be, perhaps, the more distressing news for at least mitt romney. he still leads among independent voters by 7 percent, but that has gone down from 12% that he enjoyed a little more than a couple weeks ago. you can extrapolate all you will from these polls. doesn't mean that the trend is the residence friend again, six days to go, it's anyone's guess. the romney folks still feel the momentum is there. in the sunshine state particularly. >> hi. on the subject of disaster relief effort, one of the pre-show entertainer's a little while ago encouraged the audience to tax that red cross number and raise a thousand dollars. a guesstimate that it was considerably more. lots of people responded. that has been what he has been doing for the last day in a half, but the campaign resumed its rhetoric. romney did not mention obama by name. lots of advocacy for the romney agenda conto million jobs. more energy production. education,
handle on. romney has a handle on the economy, the handle on government spending. neil: what should romney do with this? i always thought romney botched it in the debates were sort of like a gift that should have been for him that he screwed up, but what does he do? >> he got a little shy when he got hit so hard on september 12 from the press reacting too soon. this will be a lot up to this is where the special interest groups or the outside groups, third-party groups come into play in making this a big issue making sure people know about it but also something you hear a lot of people talking to each other about and that is what undecided voters are going to affect them. the personal relationship they have with people. when something comes to attack on american soil at an american embassy and american people, that is a concern. that is the concern for every american. nobody wants this edition to be attacked. there was a possibility we could do something about it. neil: thank you very much. for those of you just coming in here. there was a shift in developments that bears repeating a
, you heard that it is likely going to hits our economy, hard, maybe shave upwards of a half% off our economic growth in the latest quarter, it will likely dampen christmas shaping enthusiasm, hit consumer confidence, and likely shopping in general. so much we don't know. this much we do -- just getting back to anything approaching work in big apple, will be tough. very tough. and it all begins with wall street's hope of getting back to business tomorrow morning. jamie colby, down by by battery tunnel that will be the point of entry to many who want to return but will not be able to use that point, jamie? >> reporter: without a duty, i know one person would be happen markets are open tomorrow, this is charlie gasparino, i saw you and see discuss it earlier about the fact it had to close. but it is not only thing that closed. let me show you how sporadic thing are. ritz-carlton, no lights, next door, an apartment building, full of electricity. i walked streets of lower manhattan today trying to find a single business that was cleaning up. but without power, so many had to day home, add
. >> that is what they say. neil: that is what they say. what do you think of this economy's latest jobs report? the president saying it is a great, promising sign that things are getting better. mitt romney in ohio tonight saying, no, it isn't. it is the best that we could do. you knknow, another thing comin. what do you say? >> well, first thing is i think it is a sign the steady progress. we are going in the right direction. not as fast as any of us would like, but it is steady progress. i think it is also really important to look at the global context. this is not a local recession or a great recession that we just 70 u.s. in fact, we are performing better than any other large industrialized country in the world. neil: as well we should. we are the big gun, but we have to export and have customers. >> europe is fading into a recession. many of the policies that are taking them there are some of the same policies that paul ryan in particular seems to want to put in place. neil: but you could seriously argue the reason why they are in the economical they are is because they build this cradle
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